Plumbing Question

How long would it take to replace a macerator unit with standard outflow pipe

I would like the macerator unit in the downstairs toilet removed and replace with a standard outlfow pipe to the main stack pipe. This will require digging a channel approx 2.5 meters under the concrete base of the ground floor and the current pipes would need to be disconnected or removed.

2 Answers

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Answered 6th Jul 2011

IAN PRICE PLUMBING&HEATING

Member since 1 Jun 2008

Its always very difficult to estimate the time a job will take without seeing it, some more difficult than others and i would say digging up a concrete floor definately falls well within this catagory, however i would set aside at least two days for this kind of job they may not turn out to be full days but im assuming the floor needs to be re-instated and thats what ive based my very rough estimate on.
Hope this is helpful.

Answered 11th Aug 2011

GAS CARE 24-7 LTD

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